Winston-Salem, NC Auction Results (2011)

February 5, 2011

I actually didn't make it to this auction. The prices and info here are courtesy of my friend Mike Richey, who was kind enough to take down the info on the first row and the pinball machines for me. He was much more observant than I usually am, too--I never notice when the owner of a game is bidding on it to jack up the price, but Rich did! (The comments are Rich's comments, except where I chimed in with speculation...)

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September 17, 2011

This auction was a pretty decent sized one. There were some good classics in the first row (including a non-working Dragon's Lair--I wanted that for a DAPHNE machine, but it was way too pricey). I didn't stay past the pinball results, but in the last row there were quite a number of non-working rarities, including an Empire Strikes Back and a cockpit Omega Race. There was also a dedicated Mappy...not quite as rare, but still somewhat uncommon. Another interesting note: before I made my pinball coffee table, I had never heard of or seen Bally's Lost World pinball machine. There were two (non-working but very restorable) ones at this auction. Weird. There were a few things I was interested in, but I came home empty-handed.

 

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